Fox News Viewers Go ‘Full Racist’ In Reaction To Charges Against Police Who Killed Freddie Gray (SCREENSHOTS)


Fox News fans are reeling in light of the announcement by Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, that six police officers face charges in the death of Freddie Gray.

Here is just a small sample from the Fox News Facebook page of the ridiculous reaction from the Sarah Palin-loving douchebags that cite the Constitution to hold onto their guns, but fail to hold “these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal,” as stated by the Declaration of Independence.

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For a group that claims to be patriotic, constitution-loving Americans, they surely don’t apply the tenets of the Constitution to ALL citizens of the United States, and especially those of color.

Related: Wow! Six Baltimore Police Officers Charged For The Murder Of Freddie Gray (VIDEO)

First, the calls for all police to walk off the job because, you know, the one’s that kill innocent people should never be held accountable.

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Then there is this one. Because of course, all people of color in the community are living the “free life” off all the “white people” who work TO pay taxes. Right. . . no racism to see here.

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And of course, these police really didn’t do anything wrong. They are just being made an example of. Never mind the actual FACTS of the case that indicate this was an illegal arrest, no crime was committed by Freddie Gray, and that the “self-inflicted” wounds were nearly impossible to self-inflict.

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Again, the constitution is completely lost on these people. Human beings are human beings and have unalienable rights — meaning — police or our government cannot arrest nor apprehend nor punish without just cause and due process.

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Freddie Gray had rights. Never was he sentenced to death. However, he died during an illegal arrest.

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These comments are indicative of the systemic problem our country faces. There are people living among us that have so little depth, they are unable to see the forest for the trees. Racism is alive and well in the United States, the adjectives have just changed. The tone of the dialogue remains the same.

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Below are the charges the six officers face, as reported by NBC News.

Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. (Goodson was the driver of the van. He is 45 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 1999.)

  • Second-degree depraved-heart murder (30 years)
  • Involuntary manslaughter (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Manslaughter by vehicle, gross negligence (10 years)
  • Manslaughter by vehicle, criminal negligence (three years)
  • Misconduct in office

Officer William Porter (Porter is 25 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 2012.)

  • Involuntary manslaughter (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Misconduct in office

Lt. Brian Rice (Rice is 41 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 1997.)

  • Involuntary manslaughter (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Misconduct in office
  • Misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

Officer Edward Nero (Nero is 29 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 2012.)

  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Misconduct in office
  • Misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

Officer Garrett Miller (Miller is 26 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 2012.)

  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Misconduct in office
  • Misconduct in office
  • False imprisonment

Sgt. Alicia White (White is 30 years old and has worked with the Baltimore Police Department since 2010.)

  • Involuntary manslaughter (10 years)
  • Assault/second degree (10 years)
  • Misconduct in office

These charges are a step in the right direction. We still have a lot of work to do, but at least justice is being pursued and that is more than can be said for many of the previous victims of police brutality.


Featured image: compilation via Wikimedia Commons 

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